Thai Milk Tea shops may have landed since a few years back in Singapore but guess what? Thai Style crepes have landed in Singapore too!
You may have seen several crepe shops around Singapore but none of them would be similar to what you would find in Bangkok.
Here’s a hidden find and you won’t even spot it unless you shop in the supermarket. Go to Golden Mile Complex . Inside Thai Supermarket is where you can find “Crepe Cafe”!
Crepe Cafe is owned by a couple and they had actually been opened since October 2015. What took me so long to discover this place? Looks like I need to come to Golden Mile Complex more often.
I couldn’t resist ordering a crepe to test the standard. I like to order Nutella with Banana Crepe in Bangkok and so I ordered something similar here.
Banana + Nutella + Sweet Egg Floss [S$5.50] – Yes, Singaporeans might say “Wah, expensive!” But after meeting so many business owners, I understand that the operating costs in Singapore is really high, so we really can’t expect Thai pricing here. The cheapest crepe here starts from S$3.50.
Being added is Sweet Egg Floss, imported from Thailand.
And my favourite Banana is being added in.
The final product before it is folded.
And here’s my Banana Nutella Sweet Egg Floss Crepe with the lady boss, Khun Nini posing for a picture.
The size of the crepe and the amount of filling in this picture makes me so happy. Now it’s time for the taste test! I’m very satisfied with the taste as well as the texture of the crepe. It wasn’t too crispy and at the same time, it wasn’t too soft! Just nice like how I would love it to be, similar to what I had in Bangkok.
They have many variations of crepes. Singaporeans love the sweet ones while Thais love the spicy ones.
Another item which caught my attention was their Thai Milk Tea, not so much of the drink but more of the packaging. I like how they measure the amount of condensed milk to add, using a small glass cup just like what you would find in Bangkok.
Thai Milk Tea [S$3.50] – My sister, Sherilyn told me with her eyes almost popping out after her first sip “It’s very nice! Same as the one in Bangkok sold from the street cart!”. I had to snatch it over to try it for myself. And indeed, it was similar to those we get in street carts. My mind went back to Bangkok for a few seconds after tasting it.
I like their packaging, very instagrammable, similar to what you would find at Artbox Bangkok.
I also ordered their Thai Green Tea to try and it was just as good!
I love Thai Milk Tea! Do you?
After so many years, we finally get to taste Thai Style Crepes right here in Singapore!
- Crepe Cafe is not halal certified since one of their topping includes pork floss.
- Egg is also added to the flour mix.